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The Battle of Ndondakusuka (Tugela)

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The Battle of Ndondakusuka, which occurred on 2 December, 1856, was essentially a battle of succession.  Indecision on the part of King Mpande regarding the successor to his throne resulted in a battle between his two eldest sons, Cetshwayo (the firstborn) and Mbuyazi (also known as Mbulazi).  .. read more
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Introduction The history of white colonial land dispossession began at the Cape with the expansion of the Dutch colonial settlement... read more
The Bantu Women's League was the first women's organisation in South Africa. It was started in 1918 by one of our earliest women activists... read more
African National Congress Democratic Alliance Congress of the People Inkatha Freedom Party Independent Democrats United Democratic Movement... read more
The primary political concern of the SANNC at the outbreak of the First World War was the 1913 Land Act. A deputation of SANNC members went... read more
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In September and October 1977, the apartheid government stiffened its resolve to end the nationwide student unrest that broke out in Soweto... read more
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Muslims living in the Cape were granted religious freedom by July 1804 as Dutch authorities attempted to enlist their support in the face... read more
The fate of Natalia After the defeat of Dingane, the Kingdom of the AmaZulu was hurled into political strife. Mpande was open to the... read more
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Xenophobic violence against foreign nationals in South Africa has worsened. South Africa witnessed widespread xenophobic attacks since 1994... read more
The history of working people, and particularly Black workers, to organise is inextricably tied to the struggle against racism and national... read more

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